Updated July 2021

Since the beginning of the Food Bank’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic in March of 2020, implementing strategies and adjusting operations for the long-term impact of the pandemic on the community we serve is a top priority.  The Food Bank is committed to serving those in need, and we’re very thankful for the trust that’s placed in us.

Find Food

📍 Anyone in our 34-county service area who needs help with food can visit foodbankcenc.org/findhelp and use our Food Finder to search our partner agency network for their local food pantry.

☀ List of grab-&-go free Kids Summer Meals sites

🗺 Live outside our service area? Find your local food bank here.

 
  
 
  
Where is my local pantry?

4 Ways To Help

The work to ensure no one goes hungry continues, and we are more resilient together. We need resources to continue so that we can enact the strategies we know work to end hunger. Here’s how you can help: 

💲 DONATE FUNDS
Monetary donations allow us to stay nimble, to change our operation as needed, and reach new people with our efforts.  

 
  
I want to donate

📱 INVOLVE FRIENDS
Want to mobilize your neighborhood, church group, or other circle of friends? Holding a Virtual Food Drive is a great way to help – while practicing social distancing.

 
  
Involve Friends

🗣 USE YOUR VOICE
Research the policies that impact hunger and speak out! Contact your state, local, and federal representatives to let them know policies like SNAP, TEFAP, and WIC need to be strengthened in order to break the cycle of hunger and help relieve families of the burden of hunger. Visit foodbankcenc.org/advocacy or feedingamericaaction.org to learn more.

 
  
Advocacy & Policy

⌚ DONATE TIME
The Food Bank greatly relies on our volunteers, especially in times of crisis. If you are a healthy adult and want to volunteer, you can self-schedule a shift at foodbankcenc.org/volunteer

I’m healthy & want to volunteer
 
  

“The Food Bank appears to be one of the most effective and efficient non-profit organization that I’ve donated to. I am frequently amazed by your ability to serve the community, particularly during this difficult time.”  -Donor

 
  
Winter 2021 Newsletter

COVID-19 One Year Later

Our quarterly newsletter looked back on a full year of Pandemic Response work. Check it out to see the impact of the support you have shown our community throughout COVID-19.

Meeting The Increased Need

Because of the devastating impact